Orange County Man Convicted Of Stealing $2.8 Million

H.T. was convicted today of scamming dozens of elderly people out of $2.8 million. He pleaded guilty to twenty-nine counts of felonies ranging from 1997 to 2007. Many of his clients were actually parishioners of his father's church. H.T. told his clients that they were investing in tax-free municipal bonds and he even provided fake documents to convince them that their money had been invested. However, H.T. kept the money for himself instead of investing it. With the funds he pocketed, he bought a home in Coto de Caza, property in Mammoth, vehicles, and a golf club membership. He is facing up to eighteen years in prison for fraud.

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